Jennifer Aniston is doing the morning show circuit to promote her new movie “Office Christmas Party,” which is currently in theaters. But when she stopped by British talk show, “Lorraine,” another topic arose — the possibility of a “Friends” re-union. Fans of the sitcom have been whispering in backrooms about the possibility of a reunion ever since the spin-off “Joey” crashed and burned after only two brief seasons.
Aniston described her time on the set of “Friends” as intimidating, saying, “It’s a scary arena to be there in front of a live audience.” The actress also said that it was great filming the show and that “it’s something people have grown up with […] it makes them feel better when they’re feeling down.”
But when the discussion turned to a reunion, Aniston said, “I don’t know what we would do […] there was something about the time, our faces weren’t shoved into cellphones […] we were all in a room together or in a coffee shop together, and we were talking.” Unfortunately, Joey, Chandler, Ross, Monica, Pheobe and Rachel will not be joining each other at Central Perk any time soon.